460 reputation
3819
bio website
location Portland, OR
age
visits member for 2 years, 10 months
seen May 22 at 22:21

Jul
9
awarded  Promoter
Jul
9
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
9
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
9
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
9
awarded  Editor
Jul
9
awarded  Commentator
Jul
9
awarded  Scholar
Jul
9
accepted Unskipping skipped tests once bugs are fixed?
Jul
6
answered Are Exhaustive “Brute Force” UI Tests Worth It?
Jul
6
asked Unskipping skipped tests once bugs are fixed?
Jun
22
comment Do I need the PageObjects design pattern or not?
Oh, you're THAT guy! Ha. Yep, I'm leaving for the MAX to head out to Lucky Lab in just a few minutes!
Jun
22
comment Do I need the PageObjects design pattern or not?
Yeah, I'm already getting both benefits of your #1. Our app does have multiple sections (it's not a single page app), and I have 500 lines of functions in app_func to perform actions on those pages. I can see your point about #2, though. There's probably some brittleness in my app_func if Selenium were to change how it did things.
Jun
21
asked Do I need the PageObjects design pattern or not?
Jan
6
comment How to fix 'Access is denied' errors when trying to .quit() Chrome in Selenium WebDriver tests?
Sam, is there an 'official' forum for Selenium you could link me to? Or at least whichever one is the most highly-trafficed / likely to get responses? Thanks.
Jan
5
asked How to fix 'Access is denied' errors when trying to .quit() Chrome in Selenium WebDriver tests?
Dec
28
revised Less “hackish” way to do fast input (faster send_keys) in WebDriver besides JavaScript execution?
added 429 characters in body
Dec
28
comment Less “hackish” way to do fast input (faster send_keys) in WebDriver besides JavaScript execution?
That makes sense. I am going to do it that way. Our product supports searching via the URL. I will put example code in my question above. These comment boxes can't do multi-line code samples.
Dec
28
accepted Less “hackish” way to do fast input (faster send_keys) in WebDriver besides JavaScript execution?
Dec
28
revised Less “hackish” way to do fast input (faster send_keys) in WebDriver besides JavaScript execution?
added 192 characters in body
Dec
28
comment Less “hackish” way to do fast input (faster send_keys) in WebDriver besides JavaScript execution?
I'm inputing a large string into a textarea. I'll edit my question above with a code sample.